Acadia University Faculty of Arts English 2386 X0: Literature of the Romantic PeriodAcadia University Faculty of Arts English 2386 X0: Literature of the Romantic Period
Comparatively exploring the broader relationships between creators, creations and consumers will also allow us to understand the ways in which the influential vitality of the Romantic Period remains relevant to our present cultural moment
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Contents reading Lists and Lecture ProgrammesContents reading Lists and Lecture Programmes
This introductory list covers texts you should consider looking at over the long vacation
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Lektüreempfehlungen für den Fachaufsatz Englische Literaturwissenschaft Korb 1: Erzählliteratur ab 1700 bis ca. 1830 TexteLektüreempfehlungen für den Fachaufsatz Englische Literaturwissenschaft Korb 1: Erzählliteratur ab 1700 bis ca. 1830 Texte
Fielding, Joseph Andrews (1742), Smollett, Roderick Random (1748), Richardson, Clarissa
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British Literature: 1750 2014British Literature: 1750 2014
This syllabus is a technical document containing important information about this course, and it is also a contract describing the responsibilities of, and the mutual agreements between, all class participants
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English 3440. 003 British Anglophone Literature, 1780 to the 20th centuryEnglish 3440. 003 British Anglophone Literature, 1780 to the 20th century
You are required to have a copy of the books below and bring them to class. Failure to do so will result in being counted absent. Kindle versions are acceptable; versions that cannot be downloaded onto a device are not
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D3 2004 Professor E. Sauer a 307; x3887 English 3P22 the literature of milton\D3 2004 Professor E. Sauer a 307; x3887 English 3P22 the literature of milton's time
The relationship between literature and political debates will receive special attention, as will the works of John Milton. Consideration will also be given to how seventeenth-century literature can be recuperated to speak to the
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Acadia University Faculty of Arts English 2386 X0: Literature of the Romantic PeriodAcadia University Faculty of Arts English 2386 X0: Literature of the Romantic Period
Comparatively exploring the broader relationships between creators, creations and consumers will also allow us to understand the ways in which the influential vitality of the Romantic Period remains relevant to our present cultural moment
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English 320: Literature of the Middle Ages Spring 2013English 320: Literature of the Middle Ages Spring 2013
What I hope we shall discover by investigating this “strangeness” is that it is not really so strange, and—in fact—I believe we will find familiar forms of human expression in an era sometimes labeled the Dark Ages
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Room: Minne\Room: Minne' Hall 358
In addition to reading some of the more famous works of literature, we will also read some lesser-known works, which ought to help paint a broader picture of medieval and early modern literature, culture, religion, and politics
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